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parts to camp david. the part that had to do with egypt and the bits that secretary kissinger negotiated between egypt and israel or syria and israel are examples of the united states operating as an effective broker. taught chiefing in all of these cases igant agreements. that has not been the case with regard to the palestinians. >> rose:does that have to do with the nature of the palestinians today, i don't mean that in a negative way but they don't have a state. >> i think it has more to do with the fact that those agreements involved significant strategic interests in the united states. winning egypt away from the soviet union is a huge prize. that explain it. the palestinians are not seeing that. >> rose: doesn't the united states understand that palestinian state is in its own interest? >> i think that everyone of the last, every president since president carter with the sole exception of george w. bush and perhaps george w. bush understood that in some fashion and so did some of their senior advisors. one of the interesting things i talk about in the book with the exsomion of ge
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will hear from former secretary of state henry kissinger coming up. >>> but first, a former reagan economic adviser says prime minister thatcher knew how to add numbers. what does he mean by that? that's next. >> what the honorable member is saying is he would rather the poor were poorer, provided the rich were less rich. [ male announcer ] this is joe woods' first day of work. and his new boss told him two things -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll work his way up from busser to waiter to chef bere opening a restaurant specializing in fish and game from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find se good people to help guide him, and he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. over our secure network, verizon innovators are building a world of medical treatment data in the cloud. so doctors can make a more informed diagnosis from anywhere, in seconds rather than months. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. pow
was thinking as i was preparing to talk to you today, what would kissinger do. secretary kerry is in the region. you used to work with former secretary of state henry kis kissinger and i know you've been in touch with him recently and spoken to him about north korea. what does he say? >> rick, you're absolutely right. i talked to him about it this week. he said a couple things. one, it's really china's problem to solve. it's all about china. china does supply the majority, 80% of north korea's food and fuel oil and transportation. they're the ones with the leverage. they're the ones to solve it. he also said something i thought really made a lot of sense. he said, you know, why is the administration continuing to talk about it all the time? they made a statement early on, united states is going to do whatever we have to do to protect ourselves anderson our allies, and then they should have kept quiet. by continuing to talk, by obama talking and kerry talking and hagel talking, and then having different intelligence analysts, the defense intelligence agency, we're keeping the flame burning. we'r
released 2 million secret u.s. government documents from the 1970s. they are about henry kissinger when he was secretary of state. no shocking revelations so far but the founder insisted that this latest leak is consistent with his mission. >> our analysis shows the u.s. administration cannot be trusted with its control of the past. >> the justice department is investigating him for the leak of thousands of secret documents. >>> arguments begin for an accused killer, and tickets to see the rolling stones are nowen sale, how much -- are now on sale and how much you will have to spend to see them. how family and friends said good-bye to roger ebert today. >>> the bodies of two children have been recovered in north carolina. they were trapped when a wall of dirt fell on them. the two were recovered today from a 24-foot pit. crews arrived minutes after the accident was reported yesterday afternoon. one of their fathers had been digging there. no word on whether he had help with the project. >>> closing arguments in the trial of a rockefeller impostor cha
of that earlier history, read kissinger's most recent book. not his most recent on china. maybe it's in there but the slightly earlier one, because kissinger was handling all that. >> that's right. the problem with kim jong-un is we don't know what the heck he is up to because he is behaving kind of like the crazy guy in the pen ten tree who nobody wants to go near beck's acting nuts. and this has been the problem that kim jong-un has not behaved in a rationale way so we know just what he is going to do. we at the same time owe china is in a similar situation to us because they're concerned not only about possible reunification, or any kind of further instability that will cause more refugees to come pouring across the border into china. so the u.s. has been wise, through republican and democratic administrations to push for multilateral talks. what kim wants is direct talks with the white house. >> the united states has a long- term problem here. this guy, 29, 30 years old, he's got a nuclear device, or nuclear bomb. he's got missiles. he has not married the two, but if he's not a
of britain without died today, age 87. joining us henry kissinger, harry evans, tina brown amanda foreman and martin amos. >> her record will always be up for debate. but what i think will be conceded, and she has already won, is the fact that she was a tectonic change in the way women are perceived in society. >> also we remember roger ebert and his contribution to film criticism with "new york times" critic a.o. scott, dana stevens of slate and film director werner herzog. >> i was called by him once a good soldier of cinema. and gave it right back and i said roger, the real good soldier of cinema, that's actually you. you are proceeding, you are holding out, an outpost that many others have abandonedment are you ti doing the tellent discourse about cinema. you are inspiring us. you are the soldier. and now you are disabled. you are the afflicted one, you are the wounded soldier. you cannot speak any more and what an outrage. >> rose: remembering thatcher and ebert when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following:. >> additional funding provided by these funde
and henry kissinger, but no serving u.s. statesman. >> i think it is that people feel they have to protest about it. if you do not like what she did, stay away. i hope there will not be too much trouble tomorrow. >> what there will be our 14 servicemen and women who live at the royal hospital of chelsea who will line the steps in a guard of honor. it will be here at chelsea that lady thatcher's ashes will ultimately be entered alongside those of her husband, dennis. >> remembering margaret thatcher in london and in america, remembering those killed in the attacks in boston. that brings the program to a close. thank you for watching. to tune in tomorrow. >> funding of this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu, newman's own foundation, giving all profits to charity and pursuing the common good for over 30 years, fidelity investments, union bank, nowsony pictures classics, presenting "the company you keep." to eludetinues investigators. >> i don't think he is running away. i think he is trying to clear his name. >> he never be trade
with lavish donations from foreign sponsors, especially americans-- rockefeller, ford, henry kissinger, richard nixon. here you can buy the age of the impressionists in reproduction. it's ironic that having started out as radicals, the impressionists should end up being the art of the establishment, the most sought-after, the most well-known, and the most reproduced art in history. the familiarity of impressionism deprives us of the disquiet the works provoked when they were first exhibited. the very modernity they tried to paint is now bathed in easy nostalgia. painting the rituals and pleasures of an expanding middle-class world, the impressionists hold up a flattering mirror to our own desires and aspirations. here, the restaurant fournais, a chateau by the river seine, a group of people sit on a sunlit balcony, surrounded by the trappings of material well-being-- food, drink, nice clothes, easy friendship-- happy in themselves, confident in their world. but in the 1880s, a number of young, ambitious artists felt that the impressionist technique had taken them as far as it could. th
, but documents are available. we know what drove president nixon, ford, and what drove secretary kissinger and we know what drove president carter. these are the thicks they thought of even as they understood how important peace between i -- egypt and israel would be. in service of these vital objectives, u.s. diplomacy was forceful and effective. by way of contrast, that's 35 years ago. by way of contrast, there is no peace between israelis and palestinians astced in spite of 35 years of futile initiatives directed at achieving the aim under what i call an orwellian rubric of a peace process. process, there has has been. peace, there has not been. in the book, i argue the reasons for the failures are ill illumid by what i call "three moments of clarity" in the history of the palestine question. the first moments of clarity come in the late summer of 1982 appearing there was an opportunity to implement the palestinian autonomy provisions. the accords had an egypt-israel provision an a palestinian autonomy provision. the first led to the peace treaty, the second had not been introduced. because th
, but the documents are able. we know what drove president nixon and president ford and secretary kissinger and president carter. these are things they were thinking of when they understood hour important peace would be in service of these vital objectives, u.s. diplomacy was forceful and effective. by way of. contrast, -- that's 35 years ago, camp david. by way of contrast there is no peace between israel yes and palestinians, in spite of 35 years of few tile american initiatives -- futile american initiatives, under what i call an orwellian rubric of a peace process. in this book, i argue that the reasons for these failures are illuminated by what call three moments of clarity in the histor of american policy on the palestine question. the first of these moments of clarity came in the late summer of 1982, when it appeared as if there might be an opportunity to implement the palestinian autonomy provisions of the 19789 camp david accord. they had an egypt-israel provision and a palestinian autonomy provision. they were still part of the accord because israeli prime minister begin insisted
about all of these other countries, but reminded of your boss, kissinger, and he said can't they both lose? >> the one war you want to go on forever and nobody wins. >> on that note, do you have a comment on the show? e-mail us and we will read it. i promise. i am lying. red eye at fox news.com. and do you have a video of your animal doing something, not too disgusting? bill just gets excited. fox news.com/red eye. click on submit a video. still to come, the half time report from andy levy. why can't he nuke himself? >> tonight's half time report is sponsored by rugby. the team sport where teams run with an oval ball and pass it hand to hand and then kick it. thanks, rugby. >>> let's go to tv's andy levy. hi, andy. >> why are you shouting? >> am i? >> no, i think my volume is too loud. much better now. i can't hear you at all. all right, margaret thatcher, you said before that thatcher, even women who graduated from oxford had to become secretaries and she went against all that and changed all that. so strike one against her, right? >> you mean women should be pregnant and barefoot? >
tried to make the big deal of the henry kissinger theory no disrespect but at the end of the day it is a long process and you have to represent the united states abroad so let's get our troops home. lou: for the record i will take kissinger every time. that is it for us.
deal of the henry kissinger theory no disrespect but at the end of the day it is a long process and you have to represent the united states abroad so let's get our troops home. lou: for the record i will take kissinger every time. that is it for us.
too many of the modern secretary of state tried to make the big deal of the henry kissinger theory no disrespect but at the end of the day it is a long process and you have to represent the united ates abroad so let's get our troops home. lou: for the record i will take kissinger every time. that is it for us.
've been speaking to henry kissinger describing her as a great leader. certainly a towering figure in british politics. everyone seemed to know her. you were talking there about your previous guest about how she was quite a divisive figure. she certainly was. this was the prime minister that decimated entire industries in the united kingdom during her period in power as she broke the miners unions in a push towards privatization to create a more flexible british economy which it has become. but she decimated communities across the uk. and a lot of people absolutely decemb despise her legacy. but kissinger's point was she was a great leader. she threw her support behind gorbachev which helped end the war. also her relationship with europe and the falklands, she mounted a successful campaign in the falklands to keep that british. and she was a great towering leader. he also points out she was a very warm character, very funny character. talking about being very fill anyo feminine, as well. so a lot of people that knew her had a huge amount of respect for her. a lot of her political f
something about britain, its politics and politicians starting with henry kissinger, former secretary of state who could only be with us a few minutes, harold evans of the london times and sunday times, tina brown of "newsweek" and the daily beast, martin amos british novelist. i am pleased to have all of them here to talk about the late margaret thatcher. let me go to harry evans, you from editor of the london times and sunday times during margaret thatcher times. >> i first met her before she was anything. henry is referred to as minister of education. i met her when she was nothing. >> she was just becoming member of parliament, 1959. she was a hat and a voice. and she was a pip squeak. nobody knew anything about her. she was regarded with a certain amount of contempt by the tough aristocrats in the tory party because she came from trade. her father was a grocer, not an aristocrat. what impressed me on that first meeting. we were sitting around that table like this, i was a big head. i thought i was editor of the times. i was going to lead this discussion with "the financial times"
in philadelphia. guys.: great show, in ther if you can color conversation with people like henry kissinger, members of the bush andrge h. w. possibly the very wealthy reverend sun knowmon. any -- you. josh could not hear are you looking at financial interest? caller: absolutely. kissinger and frank carlucci and group.s host: is there a financial interest in this situation? guest: from? host: he mentioned frank , andcci, george h.w. bush i think he mentioned kissinger. guest: former officials have all made careers out of consulting for various international interests have all kinds of intertwined interests. henry kissinger does some work for the chinese. some people are critical of that. that is a business these guys are anin. sometimes you cashen by consulting with america's enemies. they are motivated by solving the problem. what they do after government is their business. we live in a free country. was recentlyrodman there. did he get debriefed by the state department? guest: he met with kim jong un. it was a big show. they are both using each other for publicity. the state department wa
from the 1970s. they are about henry kissinger when he was secretary of state. no shocking revelations so far but the founder insisted that this latest leak is consistent with his mission. >> our analysis shows the u.s. administration cannot be trusted with its control of the past. >> the justice department is investigating him for the leak of thousands of secret documents. >>> arguments begin for an accused killer, and tickets to see the rolling stones are nowen sale, how much -- are now on sale and how much you will have to spend to see them. how family and friends said good-bye to roger ebert today. >>> the bodies of two children have been recovered in north carolina. they were trapped when a wall of dirt fell on them. the two were recovered today from a 24-foot pit. crews arrived minutes after the accident was reported yesterday afternoon. one of their fathers had been digging there. no word on whether he had help with the project. >>> closing arguments in the trial of a rockefeller impostor charged with murdering a man in 1985. christian gerhartsreiter is charged with killing a ne
.s. delegation is james baker, george shultz, henry kissinger and dick cheney, and as you rightly said, security is tight. security offices have been on heightened alert in the wake of the boston bombings. attention has slightly switched from policing the protesters, who wanted to disrupt the procession when the coffin passed them by turning their backs to the coffin in a sign of disrespect while the security officers have now turned their attention to policing the whole area. 4,000 police officers are on duty fanning out across the city in an operation costing more than $5 million. diana. >> all right, lama hasan live for us in london this morning. thank you, lama. >>> and coming up next on this wednesday, more from boston including the newtown connection, two towns, two tragedies. >> and lessons learned from the young victims. my family to eat breakfast, i need all the help i can get. that's why i like nutella. mom, what's the capital of west virginia? charleston. nutella is a delicious hazelnut spread my whole family loves. mom, have you seen my -- backpack? nutella goes great on whole-wheat
president dick cheney is here along with henry kissinger. brian? >> just very quickly, why isn't it a state funeral? >> well, that is an interesting one. really, in order to have a state funeral, a vote has to be passed in the houses of parliament behind me to -- for that to be authorized. and margaret thatcher herself expressed a wish she did not want a state funeral because she sensed that could be divisive. even so in spite of that last night, there was a debate here at the house of commons about whether parliamentary proceedings should be suspended today which in fact they have been given -- for this funeral. remember, of course, her policies were extremely divisive and even though it's more than 20 years since she left office, people love her or loathe her with a passion. brian. >> a lot of people know that story. annabel roberts, thank you very much. >>> still ahead on "way too early," playing through the tragediment we'll check in on the boston red sox as they reflect on the marathon bombing and actually get back to baseball. >>> also heroism at the scene of the attack. we'll hear fr
, former u.s. secretary of state henry kissinger and former u.s. vice president dick cheney. thatcher died last week after suffering a stroke. she was 87 years old. stroke. she was 87 years old. >> wh[ male announcer ]ack. you think you know me. i'm just red carpets and big spectacles. but that's only the beginning. i have more than one red carpet. i like all sorts of spectacles. from the grandiose to the impromptu... to the completely unexpected. and the most epic thrill ride this city has ever faced. transformers the ride 3d. los angeles. endlessly entertaining. start exploring at discoverlosangeles.com >> we are back the time is 6:16 a.m.. >> american airlines is promising to run a " knee- jerk normal " operation today after world wide technology meltdown left thousands of passengers stranded yesterday. kron4 mike pelton is live from s f o with an update this morning. >> the good news from the airport duty manager is that all american airlines flights are on time today. the bad news is that people will have their flights canceled yesterday have a whole to be able to get on a plane yeste
was stepped up. leaders attended . former u.s. secretary of state henly kissinger and george chaltz was on hand. go to our home page to see the full report in london. >> we are continuing the coverage from boston. bill hemmer updates the situation in the bombings as we await the latestt f.b.i. press briefing that could be coming next few hours . the humble back seat. we believe it can be the most valuable real estate on earth. ♪ that's why we designed our newest subaru from the back seat forward. introducing the all-new, completely restyled subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. can youtart the day the way you want? can orenci(abatacept) help? could your "i want" become "i can"? talk to your rheumatologist. orencia reduces many ra symptoms like pain, morning stiffness and the progression of joint damage. it's helped new ra patients and those not helped enough by other treatments. do not take orencia with another biologic medicine for ra due to an increased risk of serious infection. serious side effects can occur including fatal infections. cases of lymphoma an
,000 mourners packed st. paul's cathedral. among them dick cheney, henry kissinger, and queen elizabeth paying tribute to the iron lady in the largest funeral for a non-royal since winston churchill in 1965. >>> next we turn back home to the major headache for anyone flying american airlines. 24 hours after they grounded their fleet and canceled more than 1,000 flights, abc's david kerley takes us inside the chaos. what caused the short-circuit and what happened today. >> reporter: this is what a computer crash looks like. thousands of passengers in hours' long lines, planes grounded, 1,200 flights canceled. today, american airlines struggled to get back on schedule. carlos maldonado was trying, for a second day, to get home to new mexico. >> there was just one conflict after another, a lot of unhappy folks. >> reporter: all the airline would say is that a software issue with its main and back-up systems forced it to shut everything down. a stark reminder of how much our lives now need technology to work. >> we're so dependent on it now. so the convenience ends up backfiring sometimes. >> repo
.s. secretary of state henry kissinger and former vice president dick cheney. >>> it looks like trouble for a plan to expand background checks for people buying guns here in the united states. the senate plans to vote today on the bipartisan proposal but more republicans have declared their opposition to the bill. it seems headed for defeat unless supporters can turn around votes in the closing hours. the senate is also set to vote today on eight other amendments to a broad democratic gun control bill. >>> american airlines warns passengers traveling today that some flights might be canceled after the computer meltdown. american's reservation management system went down yesterday morning keeping the third largest air carrier's planes on the ground and stranding thousands. they fixed it by midafternoon but some passengers might still have some canceled and delayed flights. >>> good news about earnings and housing helped the stock market start to bounce back from its biggest decline of the year. earlier in the week. the dow added 158 yesterday winning back more than half the 265 it lost o
, who include 11 prime ministers from around the world, a former u.s. secretary of state henry kissinger and former u.s. vice president dick cheney. thatcher died last week after suffering a stroke. she is 87. >> when we come back we'll have the latest on the investigation into the boston marathon bombings. as far as we know the bombs were made in a pressure cooker and had shrapnel and ball bearings and all of that inside of it. are we any closer to finding out who set the bums'? we will update you on the investigation coming up in just a few minutes--who said the bombs. >> welcome back. the time is 428. the motive remains a mystery this morning federal agents are zeroing in on how the boston marathon bombings were carried out. >> federal agents know the method used. fbi says a pressure cooker and a black bag or part of the bombs. what we know this morning three people are confirmed dead killed in the blast. more than 180 people were injured after an explosion ripped through the crowded finish line on monday. it is still not known who was behind the deadly attack and whether they are for
are also named in the lawsuit. >>> wikileaks is announcing the release of what it calls the kissinger cables. a set of 1.7 million u.s. diplomatic records. henry kissinger was secretary of state and national security adviser during the period covered by the collection. many reports were written by him or sent to him. wikileaks' founder said he organized his time in ecuador where he had been staying to avoid an arrest. >>> some lawmakers want the celebrity couple beyonce and jay-z because of their recent trip to cuba. the ban has been in foecket since fidel castro took power back in 1959. howf, last year, the -- however, last year, the obama administration lifted some travel restrictions. they instituted a people-to- people travel proem that promotes an educational exchange. >>> in orange county, a popular former adult movie star is facing battery charges. police say jenna jamieson, former porn star, assaulted someone saturday evening. after the attack, reportedly, the victim made a citizen's arrest and called the police and then the police arrested
named in the lawsuit. >>> wikileaks is announcing the release of what it calls the kissinger cables. a set of 1.7 million u.s. diplomatic records. henry kissinger was secretary of state and national security adviser during the period covered by the collection. many reports were written by him or sent to him. wikileaks' founder said he organized his time in ecuador where he had been staying to avoid an arrest. >>> some lawmakers want the celebrity couple beyonce and jay-z because of their recent trip to cuba. the ban has been in foecket since fidel castro took power back in 1959. howf, last year, the -- however, last year, the obama administration lifted some travel restrictions. they instituted a people-to- people travel proem that promotes an educational exchange. >>> in orange county, a popular former adult movie star is facing battery charges. police say jenna jamieson, former porn star, assaulted someone saturday evening. after the attack, reportedly, the victim made a citizen's arrest and called the police and then the police arrested jenna jamieson. she was released without po
gorbachev to name a few but henry kissinger is here as well as james baker and former vice president dick cheney is also here. a congressional delegation from the u.s. will be in attendance. queen elizabeth and prince philip will be here as well as who's who of british politics. thatcher's coffin was moved yesterday at the palace of westminster and it will travel along a two-mile route along parliament ultimately to st. paul's cathedral. the hers will be tran-- hearse transported by a horse drawn carriage. this is a military honor funeral. last received winston churchill. fears of demonstration by those who were opposed to margaret thatcher's policy and also after the jitters following the bombings at the marathon in boston. 4,000 police officers are on duty. the funeral at st. pauls will get underway in about an hour. after that funeral there will be a couple of gatherings for friends and foreign dignitaries to honor the memory of barrmarg thatcher. she will be cremated at a ceremony today. bells will be silent through out the day and flags are at half mass. >> what a life she led, certa
and circumstance. queen elizabeth the second former secretaries of state, henry kissinger, and james baker joining with more from all over the world. representatives from 170 countries, the iron lady, the longest serving british prime minister in modern times. unions and socialism, spreading conservative ideals and philosophy that will ride in winning the war. thatcher died of a stroke last week at the age of 87. up next, a bigger arrest in texas. the investigation into the murders of prosecutors and the wife of the district attorney, it looks like they are headed toward resolving the case. "dobbs law," attorneys join us. stay with us. ♪ at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. ♪ lou: joining us now, criminal defense attorney heather hansen and fox news legal analyst criminal defense attorney janice spiel board. i want to get to two pieces very quickly. the arrest in taxes of the wife
against aids in africa. when henry kissinger told nixon history would be kinder, nixon replied, that depends on who's writing the history. bret. >> our resident historian james rosen. james, thank you. >>> getting to the root of radicalization. we'll talk about the search to find the reasons for the boston marathon bombing. the buzzoff stars join me after a quick time-out. >> the architectural signature of the bush presidential library is this. freedom hall. it's a 67 foot tall area. there's a lantern type thing on the top, but you can see there's a 20 foot tall screen. 360 degrees. hd screen. it's an amazing scene that starts off with scenes of texas, then washington and you can see all of these pictures, thousands of pictures pop up. it's called we the people. basically the vignettes are designed to point out that any person in america could become president of the united states, and a person who comes through the door here in the museum, they could see their face in one of these pictures. >>> also inside the museum, a piece of the world trade center hit by one of the planes
kissinger told nixon history would be tighter to him than his contemporaries. nixon replied that depends on who is writing history. >>> it is 6 minutes to the top of the hour. what do you get when a cat dresses up like a shark? we are going to tell you that coming up next. also we want to talk about our question of the day. we told you about a west virginia lawmaker who wants to make sue dents wo-- students wo to earn their free school lunches. do you think students should have to work for their meal? we will have some responses next. mmmmmm. is this the way you guys always record sound? yes it is. [ sniffs ] ahhh! [ male aouncer ] head & shoulders with old sce. would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. : [ woman ] we had two tiny reasons to get our adt security system. and one really big reason -- the house next door. our neighbor's house was broken into. luckily, her family wasn't there, but what if this happened here? what if our girls were home? and since we can't monitor everything 24/7, we got someone who could. adt. [ male announcer ] while some companies are new t
is like u tant except with body pierces. he ain't exactly henry kissinger. he prevents that crazy midget from slam dunking us with nues. >> imus: i like the way he worked in call me maybe. pretty hip. >> got to be like today's headlines. >> imus: you ought to see dagen when you come to work. >> today was really bad. >> imus: she's got her dress on and underneath, a pair of greasy sweatpants and her hair in wal-mart, moon pie rollers. >> soup cans. >> and i hideously, ugly soiled sneakers. >> today i had my tee shirt on over my dress, which makes no sense. >>> only thing missing is a shopping cart full of bottles. >> shoving that down the street. not to belabor this danica conversation but you can get out and say i didn't want to @%nish -- but she doesn't think she can beat jimmie johnson. >> that's not true. that's not true, based on people who work with her, it's not true. she's a racer in it to win it. >> imus: she does not think she can win. >> yes, she does. >> imus: no she doesn't and she's not going to win. it's a quarter after the hour, time for sports. >> why do you ce about tha
kissinger. in washington, a spokesman said wikileaks wants the material to see the light of day. >> one form of secrecy is the complexity and the accsibility o documents. it seems to be that the current government is not making a huge effort in making these historical documents accessible. in this way we are providing a public service. >> sreenivasan: assange appeared at the briefing via skype from the ecuadorian embassy in london. he sought asylum there last june to evade extradition to sweden on sex crime allegations. there was new fallout today in a sports scandal at rutgers university. the school fired basketball coach mike rice last week after a video showed him shoving players and using gay slurs. now, rutgers has announced an independent review of rice's conduct and the university's initial response. the school president said he is also reviewing practice videos of other sports. an annual report card on u.s. airlines shows they've turned in their second best performance in the 23 years they've been tracked. on-time performance in 2012 was up over a year earlier, and mishandled baggage
-- secretary kissinger, former secretary baker -- and say, what we need is for some international conference, an international coming together of people who have influence within the region to somehow help impose a solution. take that on afghanistan and take that with respect to syria. is that a way to go? >> well, you know, in afghanistan i actually think you've had a plan that 49 countries have bought into. that's what we're executing in terms of transitioning the lead responsibility for the country to the afghans by the end of 2014. and then having the international community provide assistance to afghanistan beyond that as long as they stay on the path to democracy and, you know, and so forth. i think with regard to syria, i do believe there is room for greaterntnational consensus on how this transition should take place. previously the russians were blocking that. obviously the iranians wanted no part of it. but i think at this point in time it's worth trying again to see if we can build more of an international consensus behind some kind of agreed transition plan. given the stakes invo
of margaret thatcher in london. benjamin netanyahu, henry kissinger and george shultz were there. she received full military honors, adorned with white roses. there were some protests along the route. the funeral's $15 million price tag is also causing controversy, with prominent politicians saying she was too diadvicive a figure. margaret thatcher died of a stroke last month at age 87. >>> more than 100 federal, state and local investigators are scouring a 12-block stretch around boylston street for clues to who was responsible for the bombing. mark mazetti is a correspondent for "new york times," and author of "the way of the knife." about the secret drone war. first of all, mark, congratulations on the book. >> thank you very much. >> rave reviews and extraordinary reporting here. first about boston and what we know. there's a great deal of interest about whether this could have been foreign or domestic. we don't know that yet. this is a very common type of homemade incendiary device. >> pete williams gave the latest on where the federal authorities are zeroing in on suspects. the big sort
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